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Team GB’s brand new podcast ‘The Moments That Made Me’ brings you first-hand insight from some of the nation’s finest Olympic athletes. Each week, Radzi welcomes a new Olympian to the pod to talk through the moments in their life they feel have made them the person and athlete they are today. The medals and successes as well as the injuries and disappointments all feature in this new eight-part series as the team builds up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games next year. This podcast is in associa ...
 
Some of the UK's most familiar sporting voices join forces for front-row stories from some of the biggest sports events in history and thought-provoking conversations with people at the heart of them. Series Two, launched on 24th August, will introduce Lee McKenzie (C4/BBC) to the presenting team and run throughout 'what-would-have-been' Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. The series will be called "Paralympic Feels". Subscribe now. Series One, concentrating on the Olympic Games, featured Marcus Bu ...
 
Two blokes, 4 Olympic medals, a mic and the inside track on the adrenaline-pumping world of elite cycling; it’s the sports podcast that’s got everyone talking. Welcome to PodCrash. Hosted by Olympic medalists and professional cyclists Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes, this sport podcast gives you an all-access pass into the cycling and social lives of two top athletes. From anecdotes about the Olympics and the Commonwealth Games to interviews with sporting heroes, including the likes of Ed C ...
 
It’s basically Ben, Sam and George exploring the funnier, darker, alternative sides of exercise whilst making awesome guests share their craziest stories but also their best advice on how to start, stay in and succeed in whatever crazy sport you choose. This is aimed at all athletes from beginner to professional, from triathlete to pétanque champion. To know that we are all really just the same regardless of the level we perform at. We're all just freaks. But we're Fitness Freaks.
 
Marketing Week is one of the UK’s most respected business titles and a trusted and authoritative voice on the marketing industry. Listen to our award-winning editorial team discuss key topics with leading industry voices in the Marketing Week Podcast. Subscribe on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/marketing-week/id1337011263?mt=2
 
‘No Shame’ is a conversational podcast brought to you by former UFC flyweight & all round Berserker, Paddy ‘The Hooligan’ Holohan. Paddy is joined each week by famous guests, friends & former team mates, to discuss anything & everything. Most people will know of Paddy’s success in the world of MMA, but The Hooligan can also ‘talk the talk’ when it comes to podcasting. Paddy’s interview style is relaxed, often hilarious, at times straight shooting & above all honest. ‘No Shame’ is available t ...
 
The Ski Podcast is a UK-based podcast that looks at at all aspects of the world of skiing and snowboarding, from resorts to racing, Ski Sunday to slush. It is hosted by Iain Martin, who is joined by guests from the world of snow to chat about wintery stuff and probe around in the avalanche of ski news. Iain is part of the ski and snowboard industry furniture. He spent many winters in the mountains and went on to found Natives.co.uk (http://natives.co.uk) - the season workers' website. After ...
 
The editorial team behind Rugby World magazine bring you... The Clubhouse Podcast. We talk through all the burning issues in the game, previewing, reviewing and pulling apart rugby's hot topics. Visit Rugbyworld.com to find out more about the world's best-selling rugby magazine, and to download the digital edition through iTunes visit https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/rugby-world-magazine/id530099382?mt=8
 
BMJ Leader (https://bmjleader.bmj.com/) is an international, peer-reviewed, online-only journal in the field of healthcare leadership. The journal is a place of discussion and debate for the many disciplines that make up leadership in the health services. The BMJ Leader Podcast invites leading players in the field to discuss the most relevant papers of each issue of the journal. Subscribe to the podcast in any of the major platforms to get updated with the latest! Also, please consider leavi ...
 
If you are a lover of sport and women's sport in particular then you have come to the right place. Presented by Clare McDonnell in the UK and Kirsten Webster in Australia, Fired Up is a truly global production. We will be your one stop shop for the biggest news in women's sport: the star names, the one’s to watch, the sponsorship deals, the equal pay battles, the fight for media coverage. Each week, come with us on a journey around the world as we find out who’s leading the way in pioneering ...
 
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This week we talked with Level 3 high performance triathlon coach Craig Lane about his journey to multiple coach of the year awards and numerous Team GB representations from obesity, depression and overworking. Craig is a highly respected coach known for his innovative approaches to problems that runners and triathletes face. From putting athletes …
 
In this Ski Podcast Special, Iain interviewed Jasmin Taylor, telemark skier and Britain's most successful Alpine skier of all time. We discuss how Jasmin discovered telemark skiing, while on a British Ski Academy training camp and her first ever turns on skis in Ipswich. She explains what telemarking is, how racing works and her hopes that the spor…
 
This week, in honour of the cancelled Kona and the Elite only London Marathon we talked about what might have happened this year at Kona (Ironman World Championships) and how we all define success. Do elite athletes define it in different ways to us mere mortals? And is there any difference in how those who aim to "compete" in races to those who ai…
 
It's our 200th episode, and the start of the 2020 World Series! Rob, Russell, Ben and Darius celebrate this momentous occasion by discussing how everyone will treat the Astros going forwards, before debating whether the Rays are really underdogs, if Dave Roberts and Kevin Cash deserve their reputations, and pick their candidates for the Steve Pearc…
 
Iain is joined this week by Dave Burrows (Director, SnowPros Ski School) & Lucy Aspen (Online Ski Editor, Telegraph). We discuss quarantine and the #Test4Travel campaign and ski technology predictions from 1988. Iain interviews Team GB telemarker Jasmin Taylor and Robin reports from Montafon in Austria. Show Notes Dave skied in Diablerets last week…
 
This week we have a chat to top amateur ultra runner John Connolly about how he got his start, how he surrounds himself with the right people and what the hell you think about when you're running for 18 hours!! John talks about the importance of intrinsic motivation and connecting with his "why" to make sure he's never going to stop running. There …
 
The London Marathon is an incredible spectacle each and every year with 10s of thousands of athletes and millions of spectators. However, this year is a little different as the global pandemic has resulted in the race being conducted as an elite race only for both men and women. In this episode Sam, Ross and Lloyd predict finishing times, talk abou…
 
They say don’t meet your idols. But for this week’s episode I was lucky enough to do just that, and it was completely exhilarating. Bernardine Evaristo, the acclaimed author of one of my all-time favourite books, Girl, Woman, Other, joined me to chat about everything from her win of the 2019 Booker prize, to understanding her proximity to whiteness…
 
On this episode of This is Game Boy, we bring magic to your ears!Host playthroughs:Moelle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMFJdlOH4IoeBloodyCandy: https://www.twitch.tv/ebloodycandy/video/169626938Get in touch with the hosts and producer through:Website: gbrunners.com/tigb/Discord: discord.gg/f9MzZUvEmail: tigbpodcast@gmail.comSupport us through o…
 
For this Ski Podcast special Iain has his Ski Flight Free hat on and is joined by Daniel Elkan from Snowcarbon and Anna Hughes from Flight Free UK to discuss train travel to the Alps. Great options for checking your carbon footprint include the WWF Footprint Calculator and Ecopassenger Find out more about the Save The Ski Train campaign on Facebook…
 
This week’s podcast is with GB international and BUCS short course champion @joewigfield I was lucky enough to talk to Joe just a day after his incredible 3:40 PB for 1500m at Battersea Park. Having entered the sport quite late, Joe has had a tremendous rise to the forefront of British Junior athletes and was selected to represent Great Britain at …
 
[Some listeners may have downloaded an unedited version of Episode 59 - please listen to this version instead] Iain was joined in Episode 59 by Megan Hughes, Digital Content Manager at InTheSnow.com and Olympian Emily Sarsfield. We discuss the current quarantine situation, the impact on ski holidays for this winter, and Crystal’s decision to stop o…
 
Iain was joined in Episode 59 by Megan Hughes, Digital Content Manager at InTheSnow.com and Olympian Emily Sarsfield. We discuss the current quarantine situation, the impact on ski holidays for this winter, and Crystal’s decision to stop offering chalet holidays. Emily tells us about her experiences at PyeongChang 2018, while Benjamin Alexander sug…
 
The Duratus Mind - A podcast exploring all things mindset and motivation. Gaz, a former Special Forces Sergeant Major but now performance consultant, opens up his network to try and understand what motivates some to risk so much, why some are so driven, and what it really takes to achieve success in any sector. In this episode Dylan Hartley, one of…
 
So excited to have released a podcast episode with @gengen_lacaze Gen is an Australian steeplechaser who has had great success over the past decades; making it to not 1️⃣ but 2️⃣ Olympics and is going for her 3️⃣rd in Tokyo. Throughout her career she always enjoyed the sport and it is this enjoyment and passion she has for athletics that has seen h…
 
On this week’s episode, I was lucky enough to speak to Ada Hegerberg, the first woman in history to win Football’s most coveted individual prize, the Ballon d’Or. Ada’s positivity and sense of perspective is infectious. While discussing her recent ACL injury, she explains how she viewed the healing process as an opportunity for gratitude and mental…
 
In this special episode of The Ski Podcast, we interview Benjamin Alexander. 'Benji' is aiming to be the first alpine skier to represent Jamaica at the Winter Olympics. Benjamin tells us how he segued from DJ-ing around the world to skiing and then on to racing, as he seems to bring his FIS points to Olympic qualification levels. He has the full su…
 
Very excited for the launch of this podcast with Yusuf Bizimana Yusuf has made a name for himself throughout the junior ranks from the age of 16 but now has stepped up the the senior stage with a bronze medal 🥉 at the British championships which took place on Friday and Saturday. Having won 3 consecutive races this season he had high hopes for the …
 
In Episode 58, Iain is joined by the super-experienced Mike Richards. We discuss skiing in Scotland and Norway, plus the latest news on how apres ski might look this winter in the Alps after both Ischgl and Mayrhofen announce plans to scale back partying. There’s ski show chat, both virtual and physical, and an interview about LISTEX 2020 and we wo…
 
Swimmer Liz Johnson won medals at three successive Paralympic Games, from Athens 2004 to London 2012, but even bigger accomplishments are happening day in, day out in the "second phase" of her career. Liz is passionate about making changes in the workplace and getting more companies and corporations to respect, hire and value more disabled employee…
 
The two guests on Episode 7 of our Paralympic Feels series both made Paralympic debuts at Beijing 2008, were local heroes at London 2012 and flew home from Rio 2016 with medals round their necks. Ellie Simmonds won two golds as a 13-year-old on the other side of the world and another two as the face of the London Games, under huge pressure. Everyon…
 
This week, I’m honoured to introduced the Gurls Talk community to my dear friend, the talented iO Tillett Wright. This autumn, he releases a new book, Self Evident Truths: 10,000 Portraits of Queer America. It documents a 10-year journey across America where he has photographed thousands of people from every walk of life. Centred on the tenet that …
 
This week's podcast is with Birmingham Track Elite athletes Jonny Davies and Mark Pearce. It was great to catch up with both of them after an interesting year of athletics what with most races being postponed. In this episode we discuss their most recent races; Mark running a PB in the 3000m at Bromley and just outside the 8 minute barrier and Jonn…
 
This week's guest is Bradley Forbes-Cryans. An up and coming canoe slalom athlete already selected for Tokyo 2020/21. Bradley out paddled the reigning Olympic champion in a closely fought selection battle. Then COVID hit, and his selection looked to be in jeopardy. Hear Bradley's unique perspective of an athlete who had so much to lose by the Olymp…
 
On this episode of This is Game Boy, Pack your bags we're going on a road trip!Host playthroughsMoelle: youtu.be/aMMEcivCcZkGame Boyle Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQDc4g8ffToGet in touch with the hosts and producer through:Website: gbrunners.com/tigb/Discord: discord.gg/f9MzZUvEmail: tigbpodcast@gmail.comSupport us through our Patreon: www.patre…
 
Wheelchair basketball is consistently one of the Paralympic's most popular sports. Fast and furious, ingenious and skilful, it packed out the Curacao 1 Arena at Rio 2016 night after night. The British teams did brilliantly; the women came 4th and the men won the bronze medal. Both are heading for Tokyo as genuine Gold Medal contenders as Sophie Car…
 
Rising Phoenix is not your average movie. It will leave you gasping for air, searching for solutions, questioning your perceptions. Just released on Netflix, it's an evocative, emotional celebration of the Paralympic Games with particular focus on a “cast” of athletes telling their true stories. It’s an astonishing film, full of hope and potential,…
 
Water-baby Charlotte Henshaw won a silver in London and a bronze in Rio, now she's gunning for gold in Tokyo. Except she's not a swimmer any more, she's a canoeist. It was the closing ceremony in Rio which did the trick. She knew she'd struggle to keep with the swimming pace in the next four years but she didn't want to retire, the pull of the Para…
 
In this episode Shanaze shares with us what it took her to become such a talent at such a young age. She opens up about what it's like to carry the pressure of thousands, how the wheels fell of her ride in GB cycling and the depths that she sank after her Olympic dreams were crushed. She then explains how she pulled herself back from the darkest da…
 
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